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August 29, 2019


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Michel Mecca

In my opinion, this is a waste of taxpayers money. I'm not sure about the 'average' driver, but the last thing I look at when I am buying fuel are stickers on the pumps. The money would have been better spent if it was allocated to hospital funding or autism programs!

Jim Williams

I have no problem with these stickers... I believe we deserve to know every extra cost we are paying... Put a price like this is a joke considering the first expenditure went to loblaws for new refrigerators...

Tran Tu

Pumptalk's effort to distance itself from this ad is commendable. I also find this regulation petty because it is used as a political shot against the federal government rather than to improve social justice as in a good law. A petty regulation is a reflection of the pettiness of the leader of its government.

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